I don't know why I thought of our conversation during the events of yesterday, but I did.
We all are tested throughout our lives and you can remember those especially difficulty times vividly. I remember, we talked about your back and the pain you were in and how you overcame it. But, you weren't going to let it stop you from doing what you love...artwork and capturing memories that tell stories of ones own life.
Yesterday was one of those moments that I will never forget. I saw what HATE looks like in our great country. My resolve has never been stronger to protect and create a better tomorrow for our families across this great land. I truly believe that we are destined to be who we are and through faith and hard work each person can make a difference.
Lives were lost yesterday, but they will never be forgotten.
This picture was taken of me, while catching a breath during the chaos. The source of so much conflict, the Lee statue sitting behind me." @sector7man sent me this and I asked him if I could share.
This is a good man a great officer. He is out there fighting the good fight standing up for all of us of every race every color. I just wanted to show this man some love. The unsung hero the person in the trenches. People like him have to run to the danger stand up for the weak the old the sick the helpless. I say thank you be safe out there and may god bless you and keep you safe! Thank you for the service you provide. We are of two different places two different back grounds but we are friends have great conversations and learn how to be better humans from each other. Your words touch me deeply. There is no room for racism in our country. No room for hate.
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. "Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." Martin Luther King, Jr.